From John Lubbock 4 September 1863
15, Lombard Street. E.C.
4 September 1863
My dear Mr. Darwin
It is an age since I have heard of or seen you. Is it any use asking whether you will come & see us in any way? Either (which you know we should like best) staying a few days with us, or coming to dine or lunch?1 or if you cannot do any of these are you well enough to see me? I know you will not hesitate to say so if you do not feel up to it.
I am just back from a trip to Norway, Sweden, & Denmark, which we have enjoyed very much.2 Have you heard that they have made me President of the Ethnological Society? are you a member, if not I wish you would think of it.3
But I will not attempt to tell you the news as I shall hope to see you before long.
With my kind regards to Mrs Darwin believe me, dear Mr Darwin, | Yours affectly | John Lubbock
Has returned from trip to Norway, Sweden, and Denmark.
Has been made President of the Ethnological Society.
Please cite as
Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 4291,” accessed on 25 October 2016, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/DCP-LETT-4291